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58th International Belgrade Book Fair
October 20–27, 2013
The International Belgrade Book Fair is one of the oldest and most important literary events in the region. Its basic objective is enabling publishers, authors, booksellers, librarians, book distributors, multimedia companies and other participants to establish contacts, exchange experiences, do business deals and establish other forms of business and cultural cooperation.
The Book Fair is the most visited cultural event in Serbia. In 2012, there were 150,798 visitors at the Fair.
Exhibition halls & exhibit concept
- Hall 1 Arena: Serbian publishers that have book publishing as their primary activity (exclusively with their proprietary publications); Poland as the Guest of Honour Country
- Hall 1 Ground Floor: Serbian publishers that have book publishing as their primary activity (exclusively with their proprietary publications)
- Hall 1 Gallery: Serbian publishers that have book publishing as their primary activity
- Hall 2a: Foreign publishers; national presentations; publishers that have education as their primary activity; publishers of academic, educational, and professional literature
- Hall 4: Serbian and foreign publishers; state institutions and distributors; publishers of religious and theological literature
- Hall 4 Gallery: Used, old, and antiquarian books
- Hall 1a: Program and side events; exhibitions
- Hall 2 Gallery: Press Center
Guest of Honour Country
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As this year’s Guest of Honour Country, Poland will promote their rich culture though a special quality program not only at the Fair grounds, but also at a few selected spots in the city. Polish delegation has 12 members, seven of which are Polish renowned book authors, and the remaining five are the experts in the fields of authors’ rights, book market analysis, and international promotion of books and literature.
In addition to Poland, this year’s Book Fair will host book publishers from France, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Iran, Montenegro, Japan, Belarus, China, Croatia, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Russia, Austria, Spain, Germany, and India.
Olga Tokarczuk, Oliver Zille, Tobijas Foss, Michael Martens (Germany), John Ralston Saul (Canada), Tariq Ali, Costas Douzinas (Great Britain), Christian Karlson Stead (New Zealand), Krzysztof Varga, Piotr Paziński, Szczepan Twardoch, Janusz Dziewulski, Paweł Potoroczyn, Łukasz Gołębiowski, Elżbieta Kalinowska, Agnieszka Roginska, Piotr Dobrołęcki, Joanna Hetman, Daria Dobrołęcka (Poland), Guy Helminger (Luxembourg), Dušan Šimko (Switzerland), Vojo Šindolić, Srećko Horvat, Igor Štiks, Viktor Ivančić, Miljenko Jergović (Croatia), Nenad Veličković, Sabahudin Hadžialić (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Stanka Hrastelj, Aldo Milohnić, Aleš Erjavc (Slovenia), Daniel Gegen (Belgium), Ljiljana Dirjan, Ermis Lafazanovski (Macedonia), Donato Carrisi (Italy), Maurizio Lazzarato (France), László Krasznahorkai (Hungary), Claudiu Komartin (Romania), Ivančica Đerić (Canada), Balša Brković (Montenegro).
As was the case with previous Fairs, the EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture) network will host a joint presentation of five cultural institutes from EU countries in Belgrade – the Austrian Cultural Forum, the British Council, Centre culturel français, Goethe-Institut, and Instituto Cervantes, joined by the Embassies of Sweden and Portugal.
This year’s joint presentation will revolve around the topic of “City and Creativity”, including numerous workshops, lectures, and group literary activities.
Every day from 10:00 to 21:00.
Ticket prices have remained unchanged for the fifth year in a row. Prices are as follows: individual tickets – 250 RSD; group tickets – 150 RSD; family tickets – 600 RSD.
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